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SALISBURY, Rhodesia (U PI) Prime
Minister Ian Smith Monday rejected
Britain's plan for a peaceful transfer to black
majority rule. Negotiator Ivor Richard said
the "tragic and fateful decision" means the
end of the Geneva talks and continued war
"Fighting will go on, sanctions will not be
lifted and the people of this country, both
white and black, will suffer further," Richard
said. The outcome is extremely difficult to
In a broadcast speech to the nation. Smith
said he rejected the "totally unacceptable"
British proposals because they would have
imposed a Marxist-dominated government.
"If we were to give way now, it would not
be to majority rule," Smith said. "It would be
to a Marxist-indoctrinated minority.
"There can be absolutely no shadow of
doubt that is exactly what the British
proposals would bring to Rhodesia," the
Smith denied his action closed the door on
further peace talks.
The drive for black rule in Rhodesia,
where whites are outnumbered more than 20
to I, began last September with negotiations
by former Secretary of State Henry
Smith's dramatic announcement that he
accepted Kissinger's terms, and the peace
conference that brought together the white
regime and all major black nationalist
groups, were seen at the time as a last-chance
effort to avert a bloody race war in southern
Richard, who served as chairperson of the
first seven-week session of the stalemated
Geneva talks and has since spent four weeks
on a diplomatic shuttle trip throughout
southern Africa, met with Smith for 45
minutes Monday and said the prime minister
refused to budge.
"Mr. Smith alone has rejected our
Career Planning starts new
seminars on varied topics
Career Planning and Placement
(CP&P) kicks off its spring series of
career seminars with a panel discussion
on Social Services and Counseling at
3:30 today in 210 Hanes Hall.
The panelists for the first seminar are
Bobbie Kyle, Social Worker with the
Orange County Department of Social
Services; Alice Lawler, a General
College adviser and part-time counselor
at UNC; and Floyd Wicker with the
joint Orange-Chatham Community
According to Jane Smith of CP&P,
attendance at such seminars last
semester was good. "We did have room
for more people at some of the
seminars," she said.
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proposals as even a basis for further
negotiations," the British U.N. ambassador
told reporters, describing himself as "sad and
apprehensivc.an extremely disappointed
Richard said Smith "bears, as we see it, a
heavy responsibility for what may now
happen" to Rhodesia, which broke away
from British rule in 1965.
"Of course, Mr. Smith is perfectly entitled
to take this attitude and he believes it to be in
the best interests of his country. But it is a
tragic and fateful decision," Richard said.
As the war continues, Richard said, "It
seems to me...then the dangers of outside
intervention become greater."
A Rhodesian government spokesman
denied Smith had finally closed the door on
further peace talks, but Richard said at a
news conference he saw no point in recalling
the Geneva conference delegates "merely to
look at each other."
The Geneva conference stalled over
Smith's insistence on sticking to the
Kissinger peace plan which stipulated whites
would control the police and the army
during a two-year interim-government
period before black rule.
acquaint students with fields or careers
of interest. "Freshmen, sophomores and
juniors are encouraged to come. They're
not just for people who are looking for a
job," Smith said.
The topics for the remaining seminars
are writing, editing and publishing; state
government; environmental careers;
sales and marketing; museums, historic
programs and libraries; and careers in
The seminar in writing, editing and
publishing will be held at "3 p.m.
Wednesday Feb. 2, in Hanes Hall. The
speaker will be C.H. Burnett of the
Research Triangle Institute; Peggy
Carter with the UNC News Bureau; and
Matthew Hodgson, director of the
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Public service announcements must be turned in to the box
Union by 330 p.m. if they are to run the next day. Each item
There will be a meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Jan.
25, in Room 102C of Lenoir Hall South for all
sophomores interested in the Air Force ROTC
Two Year Program. The following topics will be
covered: scholarships, summer camp which pays
approximately $400, three hours of transfer credit
when you return to UNC in the fall, no obligation
even after summer camp. Many more details
The UNCCC Short Course on "Remote
Services, Computing From a Typewriter
Terminal" will be at 3 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 25, in
228 Phillips Hall. At 3 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 26,
there, will be a course on "Details of JOB and
Due to rebuilding. Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity
will hold spring rush from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Tuesday, Jan. 25, at the Morehead Cellar, in the
basement of Cobb dormitory. Call 967-7930 for
A panel discussion on "Military Heroes and
M ilitary Values. East and West," will be held at 7
p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 25. in Rooms 207 and 209 of
the Carolina Union. This discussion is part of the
campus-wide Japan-U.S.week, sponsored by the
i Curriculum in Peace, War and Defense, The
East Asian Studies Program and the
International Affairs Program.
There will be an important meeting of the
Carolina Forum at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 25, in
Suite A of the Carolina Union. All members and
interested students may attend.
The U.S. Labor Party Brief meets at 7 p.m.
Tuesday. Jan. 25. in Room 207 of the Carolina
"Opportunities in Social Services and
Counseling" will be the topic of an informal
career seminar sponsored by the Career
Planning and Placement Office at 3:30 p.m..
Tuesday, Jan. 25, in 210 Hanes Hall. Everyone is
The Union Social Committee will meet at 2
p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 25, in the Frank Porter
Graham Lounge of the Carolina Union. It is
important that you attend or please call Steve
Dennis at 968-9303 beforehand.
Delta Sigma Pi will meet at 8 p.m. Tuesday,
Jan. 25. in T-l New Carroll Hall.
There will be a general meeting of the Chapel
Hill ECOS at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 25, in the
South Gallery Meeting Room of the Carolina
Union. AH members and interested persons are
invited and welcomed.
The Graduate History Society presents Eric
Foner of Princeton University on "Ideology in the
American Revolution" at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 25,
in Room 202 of the Carolina Union.
The Departments of Computer Science
present "The Politics of Computer Science" at
3:30 p.m. "luesday, Jan. 25. in 224 Phillips Hall.
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The speaker will be Jan Prokop of the U.S.
Department of Commerce. Refreshments will be
served in New West lounge after the colloquium.
There will be a meeting of the Carolina Union
Current Affairs Committee at 3:30 p.m.
Tuesday, Jan. 25, in the Frank Porter Graham
Lounge. AH members please attend.
Everyone who has signed up for Bowling
Leagues please be at the meeting at 7 p.m.
Tuesday, Jan. 25, in the Carolina Union Bowling
Lanes. Anyone else interested in joining a league is
welcome. Be prepared to bowl!
There will be a meeting of the Carolina Comic
Fan Association at 9 p.m. Tuesday, in Room 2 1 3
of the Carolina Union.
The Chapel Hill League of Women Voters
invites the Public to a panel discussion of the bus
system at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 25, at the Binkley
Baptist Church. Panel members are: Alderman Ed
Vickery; Transportation Board Chairperson.
Terry Lathrop; and concerned citizen, George
Larry Churchill, professor of medical ethics,
will speak on "Faith in the Age of the Atom" at
7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 25. in Room 215 of the
Carolina Union. A discussion will follow.
The Association for Women Students will
meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 25, in Room 217
of the Carolina Union. All interested persons are
invited to attend.
The ERA committee of AWS will meet
following the AWS meeting Tuesday, Jan. 25. All
persons interested in the ERA please attend; this is
a vital mobilization meeting.
For those who attended the Governor's
School of N.C. and are interested in helping the
program to continue, there will be a meeting at
7:30 p.m. Wednesday. Jan. 26. in Room 215 of the
Carolina Union. Call 967-6038 for more
Introductory lecture on the Transcendental
Meditation Program at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday
and Thursday. Jan. 26 and 27. in Room 204 of the
There will be an important meeting of the UNC
Sports Club Council at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday,
Jan. 26, in the Frank Porter Graham Lounge in
the Carolina U nion. Agendas for all clubs are in 0 1
A no-credit speed-reading course will be offered by the Carolina Special Projects
Committee in conjunction with Carolyceum beginning at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Jan.
The course, to be taught by Ronald Bleier, a graduate student in English at Duke
University, will last an hour and 15 minutes each week. An eight-week course costs
$50, and a four-week course, $25.
Anyone interested should sign up at the Union information desk. Payment may
be made after the first class.
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There will be an important meeting of the
Association of international Students at 7 p.m.
Wednesday. Jan. 26. at the International Center.
Bynum Hall. AH American and international
students interested please come. For more
information, call 933-5661.
The Chapel Hill-Durham Make Today
Count chapter, a mutual support group for any
people living with cancer (patient or concerned
family-member) will meet at 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday. Jan. 26, at Ephesus Church Rd.
Phone 929-6897 for additional information.
Anyone interested in tutoring elementary and
jr. high students in the Chapel Hill schools is
invited to attend the YM-YWCA Tutorial
Program orientation meeting, to be held from 6
p.m. to 7 p.m. Wednesday. Jan. 26, in 08 Peabody
The Honorable Fujio Matsumuro, Minister
of Japan of the Japanese Embassy in
Washington. D.C. will speak on "Economic
Partnerships for the Future: Japan. North
Carolina, and the U.S.," at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday,
Jan. 26, in Rooms 202 and 204 of the Carolina
Union. A discussion will follow. The talk is held as
part of the campus Japan-U.S. week.
The Black Ink sports staff will meet at 7 p.m.
Wednesday, Jan. 26, in Room 533 James. Please
be on time.
The Outing Club will meet at 7 p.m.
Wednesday. Jan. 26, in Room 2 1 7 of the Carolina
Union. Anyone interested in camping is urged to
Student Affairs and the Orientation
Commission need writers and artists to work on
the 1977 Freshman Handbook. There will be a
meeting for all interested persons at 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday. Jan. 26, in Room 205 of the Carolina
YOGA offers yoga class from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Wednesday, Jan. 26, in Room 2 1 3 of the Carolina
Union. Everyone is welcome.
You are cordially invited to attend a lecture on
Chemical Ecology: "Organic Chemical
interactions between Organisms in Nature" at 1 1
a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 26, in 308 Venable Hall.
Sponsored by the Chemistry Department
Items of Interest
Arts and Sciences Seniors: If you plan to
graduate this spring, you must fill out a degree
application in the Dean's Office. 206 South Bldg.
by Feb. 4.
The Campus Concerns Committee invites all
faculty and students to a "Coffee Klatch" for
informal communication from 9 a.m. to 1 1 a.m.
eve tv Wednesday and Thursday, in the !,ne
Room. Coffee and pastry w.U be sold.
An exhibit of Japanese artifacts will be on
dismay from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. and from 7 p.m. to
tftSo p.m. Tuesday through Friday. Jan. 25 to
?8 in the Rotunda of the Morehead
ptanetar'ium. This is part of UNCs JaPan-U.S.
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and 4 nights March 7 to II, for $185. Cost
includes- Cruise to Nassau and Freeport from
Miami Deadline is Jan. 31; $50 deposit. Contact
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